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in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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It is generally accepted that signs become evident only after feeding deficient diets for several months (Watson, 1998).
Analyzed values of boron in experimental starter diets added with 30 and 60 ppm boron were 33.28 and 59.74 ppm in standard Ca-P diets while those were 29.09 and 65.44 ppm in Ca-P deficient diets. Corresponding boron values in grower diets were 28.93 and 65.31 in standard Ca-P diets, and 35.47 ppm and 59.03 ppm in Ca-P deficient diets.
The deficient diet seems to alter tumor cells or selectively foster the production of less metastatic ones.
Docosahexaenoic and arachidonic acid prevent a decrease in dopaminergic and serotoninergic neurotransmitters in frontal cortex caused by a linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid deficient diet in formula-fed piglets.
The aim of the experiment reported here was to investigate the effects of dietary1[alpha]-OH-[D.sub.3], individually or in combination of microbial phytase on phytate P utilization in Ca-P deficient diet of growing Japanese quails.
Apart from a poor dental hygiene, other common causes of the problem are stress and a fiber- deficient diet. There is the need for you to urgently consult a dentist in case you have some underlying mouth and throat ailments.
(4) In this study, mice fed a boron- deficient diet had a 63% reduction in the percentage of osteoblast (bone-making cell) surfaces compared to control mice.
Goossens, Jornayvaz, High- 2017 [27] fat, methionine- deficient diet; high cholesterol; high fructose and ketogenic content.
Louis, MO) containing the following levels of vitamins: B2 (6.2 mg/kg), B9 (2.2 mg/kg), B12 (25 [micro]g/kg), and choline (1.250 mg/kg); while the experimental group (n=44) received a deficient diet (LabDiet[R], St.
Diet: 62% had Iron deficient diet. Of these children with Iron deficient diet, 77.1% had severe anemia and 22.9% had mild anemia.
Vitamin D deficiency was linked to at least one physical limitation in 56 percent of the older group and in 30 percent of the younger group, as well as significant increases in limitations after three years on a vitamin D deficient diet in the older group and six years in the younger group.
The estimated difference in transferrin saturation and in hepcidin between 1 day of an iron-deficient diet and 1 day of an iron- deficient diet supplemented with 2 x 65 mg of ferrous fumarate, as assessed by using a linear mixed model with adjustment for baseline values.